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“Integrating the LOSA Relationships ” 3 rd ICAO-IATA LOSA & TEM Conference Captain Chris Kriechbaum Captain Chris Wright Manager Procedure & Capability Development LOSA Manager Air New Zealand Air New Zealand. WHAT IS THIS NEW ZEALAND PLACE?. Geographically isolated S/W Pacific

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“Integrating the LOSA Relationships ”3rd ICAO-IATA LOSA & TEM Conference

Captain Chris Kriechbaum Captain Chris Wright

Manager Procedure & Capability Development LOSA Manager

Air New Zealand Air New Zealand


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WHAT IS THIS NEW ZEALAND PLACE?

  • Geographically isolated

  • S/W Pacific

  • 4 Million people

  • “Can do” attitude

  • Long skinny country

  • Aviation well utilised


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BACKGROUND – AIR NZ (Mainline)

747- 400

X 8

777-200

X 8

On Order

767-300

X 9

A320

x 11

Includes

Freedom

737-300

X 18

Includes

Freedom


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BACKGROUND - REGIONALS

  • Mt Cook (Pt 121)

  • Established in 1930’s

  • 11 ATR 72

  • Culturally very different from mainline Air NZ

  • Eagle Airways (Pt 135)

  • 16 Beech 1900D

  • Air Nelson (Pt 121)

  • 17 SAAB 340A

  • Q300 implementation programme – 17 ordered to replace SAABs

  • Other Factors

  • Air NZ Mainline in expansion mode (B777 implementation) – high movement of pilots.


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BACKGROUND

  • 25 domestic destinations

  • 22 direct international destinations

  • A small airline by world standards

  • No FOQA programme yet

  • Long involvement with UT

PAX ASKs RPKs Pax Rev

11.6m31,984m 22,628m2,755m

FY05


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Air NZ’s LOSA PROGRAMME

  • 1998 - 91 sectors

  • 2001 – Joint audit with Ansett Australia, aborted

  • 2003 – 200 sectors

    • All fleets, except A320

  • 2004 – First Regional LOSA @ Mt Cook – ATR 72 operator

  • Total Union, company management & NZCAA support.

  • A320 mini-LOSA in planning stage


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BUSINESS RATIONALE FOR L.O.S.A.

  • Under law – a shared responsibility with NZCAA for Safety

  • It’s a pro-active approach to safety.

  • It can be utilised as a risk measurement tool.

  • LOSA provides facts not opinions - data driven approach.

  • Verification of training and standards.

  • Ability to compare internationally.

  • Provide guidance on future improvements.


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BUSINESS ADVANTAGES & ISSUES WITH LOSA

  • Has drawn together the wider NZ industry

  • Culture change within the airline and the industry

  • A Change Management tool

    • Risk - measurement and benchmarking

    • New aircraft introduction monitoring

    • Part of improving the Pilot/Management interface

  • Wider acceptance of TEM principals as a result.

  • Long term approach adopted, especially in terms of potential financial benefits.

  • Financial scrutiny of value is intense.


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LOSA EXPERIENCES

  • Generally similar to others

  • Long term strategy requires an investment in time and resource.



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THE FUTURE

  • Integration of LOSA process into Safety Management System.

  • Integration with other Operational Integrity data

  • Major LOSA’s – every 3 - 4 years, using TLC

  • Mini LOSA’s on specific fleets / routes, ANZ run

  • Provide support to rest of ANZ Group and NZ industry

  • Full involvement of the National Regulator – NZCAA

  • Potentially a Regulatory Tool

  • Reduction in route Audit frequency/costs

  • Reduction in Route Checks – just Captains?


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CONCLUSIONS

  • LOSA process here to stay in Air N.Z. Group

  • Will be fully integrated into our Safety Management System

  • Continued willingness to share our information with the regulator.

  • Still work to be done to achieve all the benefits

Contact Details:

[email protected]

[email protected]


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